#AztecMBB-Wyoming Postgame Notes

Feb. 19, 2013

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Final Score: No. --/rv San Diego State 79, Wyoming 51
Records: San Diego State 19-7 overall; 7-5 MW; Wyoming 18-8 overall; 4-8 MW
Next Game: Saturday, Feb. 23 | vs. Nevada | Viejas Arena | 3 p.m. PT | NBC Sports Network

Game Notes
• SDSU shot 68.2 percent from the floor, its highest field-goal percentage since Dec. 12, 2006. That night, the Aztecs shot 69.6 percent vs. Campbell in a 119-82 win.

• The last time SDSU shot 60 percent or better from the field was Feb. 16, 2010, when it shot 60.9 percent at TCU (W, 68-51).

• The 28-point margin of victory is the fifth largest in a Mountain West game for San Diego State.

• The 79 points San Diego State scored is the most allowed by Wyoming this season.

• The plus-19 rebound margin (35-16) is tied for the fifth largest for San Diego State in Mountain West history.

• The Aztecs led by 24 points at halftime. It was their largest halftime lead since Feb. 8, 2011, when they led Utah, 48-21, at Viejas Arena.

• SDSU held Wyoming to 4-for-24 shooting in the first half (16.7 percent). On the flip side, the Aztecs shot 15-for-22 (65.2 percent).

Series Notes
• The Aztecs avenge their road loss to Wyoming with their sixth straight win over the Cowboys at Viejas Arena.

• With its sixth straight home win over Wyoming, SDSU improves to 22-11 vs. the Cowboys at home.

• San Diego State has won nine of its last 11 vs. Wyoming at home.

• SDSU has won six of the last seven meetings overall with Wyoming and nine of the last 12.

• San Diego State earns at least a split of the season series for the sixth straight year, which is a program record.

Program Notes
• SDSU has won a nation-best 105 football and men's basketball games since the beginning of the 2010-11 academic year.

• San Diego State is a Mountain West Conference-best 33-11 in MW regular-season games since March 3, 2010. That is five more victories than any other team during that time frame.

• SDSU is 31-11 in Mountain West regular-season games since the beginning of the 2010-11 season. That is four games better than any other current member of the conference.

Individual Notes
Dwayne Polee II
Scored a career-high-tying 16 points... Recorded his second double-figure scoring effort of the season and first since Dec. 3, vs. Texas Southern (10 points)... It's his seventh double-figure scoring effort of his career... Grabbed five rebounds, which was one off his season high.

Jamaal Franklin
Reached double figures in scoring for the 45th time in his last 46 outings... He has 24 double-digit scoring games this season and 54 in his career... Posted his eighth 20-point game of the season and 17th of his career... His 20-point effort is his highest output since scoring 25 at Air Force, which was six games ago.

Skylar Spencer
Had a career-high four blocked shots, which is something he accomplished two previous times... Tonight was his ninth game with at least three blocks and his fourth in his last five games... He has 15 blocks in his last five games... He was 4-for-4 from the floor and his four field goals matched a career high... His four rebounds were his most since grabbing six vs. Fresno State... He has grabbed multiple rebounds in 11 straight games.

JJ O'Brien
Reached double figures in scoring for the seventh time in the last eight games... Finished with multiple steals for the sixth time this season... Had two assists for the third straight game... Was 5-for-8 from the field and is 73 for his last 128 from the floor.

Chase Tapley
Recorded at least five assists for the fourth time in his last six outings... His seven assists were a season high, eclipsing the six he had vs. Fresno State and at Air Force... In his last six games, he has 26 assists and eight turnovers.

Winston Shepard
Recorded his fifth double-figure scoring effort of the season... Had three assists, his ninth game with at least three assists and his first since having four at Air Force.